PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator Tips & Tricks: Faster Eagle Spawn!

PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator(Image : Youtube)

With great games, comes great players, some are great because of they just got it, and some because of a little extra help and that isn’t bad at all. Anyone who’s madly in love with a game may be tempted with a way to gain free bonuses or make the game easier and here is one for the PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator.


In PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator there is this handy eagle that flies above your office space and graces you with a bonus filled boxes and that bird is indeed a helpful little fella. There is a glitch that was discovered regarding the eagle spawn in PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator that will get the player a little more blessings than he or she should normally get. There is a glitch to make the sponsor eagle spawn faster, more frequent visits to your office means more goodies!

Normally the sponsor eagle in PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator takes about six to nine minutes of idle time before it actually spawns. If the game simply revolves around the player waiting for videos and for the eagle to drop the good kind of bird droppings then the game can get pretty boring really fast, eventually, the player will just quit and find something else that is more engaging to play.

There is a player from Reddit that discovered a handy glitch to make the sponsor eagle spawn faster, all you need to do is go into the Puggle mini-game, next is you click on the sponsor eagle  as soon as you see him, open the box of goodies then hit “Back to Room” quickly. Then a second window will appear and you need to click on the Puggle Mini-game open then close it fast. The Sponsor eagle will be back in five to ten seconds which is far better than having to wait up to ten minutes for its glorious bird droppings.

Note that this glitch is reportedly working for some players and some are unfortunate to be on the other side of Lady Luck’s mood. The reason for this is unknown, so for now why don’t you give it a try and let us know how the glitch go for you!


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Maria Betina
Maria has been a writer since 2010 and graduated from De La Salle University in 2014. She enjoys researching and writing about games, tech and entertainment.